Background information about the photo:
The Zonda was Pagani’s first foray into the automotive world and it took the world by storm. Its carbon fiber construction, overall alien design, and incredible performance immediately cemented Horacio Pagani’s reputation as one of the biggest automakers of our generation. Among its many variations and one-off editions was the Cinque, which was meant to be the last iteration of the Zonda. Five coupes and five roadsters were ever built, hence the name, and it featured the new 6-speed automated manual gearbox.
This particular Cinque Roadster is part of the biggest Pagani collection in the world and is the ONLY one ever to be produced in orange. It was converted from an automatic to a manual gearbox by the current owner and is pictured here on the snowy Berninapass near St. Moritz in 2020.
Information about the photographer:
This photo was taken by Justin Schmöller, a car fanatic and professional photographer from Switzerland. Justin has been shooting cars for well over 5 years now, and has also built a global network of contacts since then. In addition to his successful Instagram blog, he has also acquired a lot of knowledge about the automotive world. If he could chose one brand, it would definitely be Ferrari!
The size of the print is 50 x 70 cm. Frame is not included.
- 300 gram luxurious museum quality paper
- Official certificate and signed by Ferdasco Gallery
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